Tax cuts are good for the American people.
They’re good for business.
And they’re good for liberty.
But there is something fundamentally wrong with tax credits instead of no-strings-attached tax cuts.
Tax credits are predicated on the twisted idea that in order to keep more of our hard-earned money, we must comply with behavior the government wants from us.
Some of this behavior may be desirable - but the means by which we get there (namely, government coercion) is not commendable.
Instead of government coercion – or even government force – I believe in the individual and his or her power to choose. Voluntary cooperation – not government coercion – is the American way.
Persuasion may be a challenging and difficult path, but for those who truly value liberty, it’s the only available option.